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night's vote. we should have those numb percent they will tell us very shortly. brian kuebler. >>> one candidate is claiming victory while tore is admitting defeat. jeff hager joins us with that story. >> reporter: a pair of long time colleagues the campaign produced a bitter of course in the road that finally reached its end early this morning. after a sleepless night awaiting the outcome of his race kevin cabin necessary had a reason to celebrate. >> glad to be the nominee for baltimore county executive. >> reporter: a bitter fought campaign against his fellow councilman of 16 years joe bartenfelder who had ago agonizeed awaiting his faith. bar ten federaller congratulated him and he said quote i want to thank all may supporters, friends and family that helped me throughout the campaign. i'm proud of the campaign we ran which focused on the issues that are a concern to all baltimore county citizens. i concede in the race. >> i invite joe to join with me both in the fall campaign, and i urged him to consider continued service to our county. joe is a good man, he's a hard worker, h
recovered the kia spec tra with a bent frame. it's not clear if the couple used the car to drive across the country. >>> prince george's county, three people were killed after an ambulance collided with an suv. police athe ambulance was respond to go a call when the crash happened early this morning in district heights. investigators say the suv was traveling on the road in the wrong direction and speeding and that's when the ambulance swerved to avoid it. the suv sideswiped the ambulance before crashing into a brick wall and a utility pole. all three men inside the suv died at the scott peterson. >>> a baltimore county couple is behind bars tonight after police say they severely assaulted a woman and locked her in the bath room. it happened in the 100 block of book berry drive in reisterstown where jeff haeger reports the alleged abuse continued for almost a year. >> reporter: they painted themselves as good samaritans, jermaine smith bay and kimberlay stacey king said a man called to tell them they could find one of their friends in need. medical need it turned out. so they drove her
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